About Aktobe region Akimat

The oblast is located in the northern-west part of the republic with the area of 300,6 sq.km. The oblast center is Aktobe city. The distance from Aktobe to Astana is 1678 km. There are 12 rural regions, 8 towns, 142 rural administration units and 410 rural built up areas.

Aktobe oblast refers to industrially developed regions of the country with its absolute weight in industrial production of the republic – 7,6% (5th place).

The oblast has sufficiently diversified economy structure.   Its share in GRPin industry is 42, 9 %, represented by enterprises of oil producing industry, iron industry and machine engineering.


Aktobe region Akimat's Web-site


Akim of Aktobe region



Born in 1953. Graduated from Alma-Ata Institute of National Economy (1977) with major in economics. Doctor of Economy (1999), professor.

Started as an economist in state administration of national savings banks, continued in the Ministry of Finance (1977-1988) where he worked his professional pass from economist to Head of Planning and Economics Department;

then served as Deputy Minister of Public Education (1988-1993);

head of the Finance, Labor and Social Protection of the Population Department in the Presidential Service and in the Cabinet (1993-1994);

head of the Cabinet Service (March 1995 – September 1995);

Governor of Kyzylorda Oblast (September 1995 – July 1999);

Governor of South Kazakhstan Oblast (July 1999 – August 2002);

Chairman of the Customs Control Agency, Vice-Minister of Finance – Chairman of the Customs Control Agency of the Ministry of Finance (August 2002 – January 2006);

Deputy Head of Prime-Minister’s Office – Government Representative in the Majilis (January 2006 – February 2007), Vice-Minister of Economy and Budget Planning (February 2007 – August 2007).

In 2005-2007 – Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

March 2009 - Akim (Governor) of Eastern-Kazakhstan Region.

November 2014 – Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

September 2015 – Akim of the Aktobe region


Published: 17 September 2013



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